The word “safari” in the vast majority of people is associated with hot Africa and the hunt for large animals. However, this is correct, because the word “safari” is of Arab origin and its meaning is precisely “hunting”. However, recently the meaning of this word has changed and now safari is understood as quite peaceful and relatively inexpensive excursions into the wild, where you can admire predators and photograph animals in their natural habitat.
However, the epithet “relatively inexpensive” is not entirely appropriate. Not every family with children can afford a trip to African countries. And it’s not just about money. Continue reading